If identity is a construct, then who you are is just a complex idea formed from a number of simpler elements. Maybe no one can really know who we are, because we make it up. We are constantly piecing together parts of our lives, to build something whole. Maybe, like so many other things, we leave out small details in our calculations. Now how is this important to stardoll? A shocking gossip post by JosieMae8445, made me realize just how much.
|(from .pease.'s presentation)|
In the comments of the post Josi's assumptions are confirmed. They are the same person. One boy Linus. So Linnea's identity was a construct of Linus', with the small detail of genitalia left out. oops!
Linnea's presentation now reads:
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How many people lie about their identity on stardoll on the daily? This is a virtual website, so it's much easier to reconstruct your identity here. People take advantage of the ability to simply leave parts of themselves locked outside of the screen. Like their conscience. The truth is whether you sign your name as anonymous or not, it makes no difference. On this virtual website, you can be who ever you want to be, no stings attached. That is, unless you tie them yourself.